Tuesday, 28th June 2022
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7 Jun 2021
The Senate Public Accounts Committee has begun probe of Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron, Akwa Ibom State for alleged illegal diversion of N1.05 billion.
26 May 2021
Following the internal crisis in the Edo State chapter of the PeopleS Democratic Party (PDP), some leaders of Edo South Senatorial District of the party, yesterday...
28 Dec 2020
The Senate Committee on Public Account has upheld the indictment report against the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, (NIMASA) by the Auditor General of the Federation...


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Blaqbonez has announced the release date for his second studio album "Behold The Lamb." The Chocolate City rapper announced 4th July and 6th July as the release dates for "Behold The Lamb" on Boomplay and other platforms, respectively. Taking to Twitter, he shared the album's cover. The ten-track album includes features by Oxlade, Chike, Psycho…
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A fire outbreak gutted a warehouse and other properties at 118, Broad Street, CMS, Lagos on Tuesday. The warehouse fire which broke out earlier today has not recorded any casualties at the time of filing this report. Permanent Secretary, LASEMA Dr. Olufemi Damilola Oke-Osanyintolu in a statement said, "On arrival at the above scene of…
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Ghislaine Maxwell will learn her fate Tuesday when a US judge sentences the former socialite for helping late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse girls.
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NEW YORK, USA, 28 June 2022-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Although climate change threatens everyone, women and girls often suffer its harshest and most violent consequences, UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said on Monday.  “While I welcome the international attention on climate change’s impact on women and girls over the last decade, we must urgently also…
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French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin on Tuesday made a partial apology for chaos at last month's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool in Paris, while insisting fake tickets and "delinquency" were mostly to blame.